History Main / DarkMessiah

8th May '18 7:58:10 AM TheNerevarine
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

** Thanos in ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar'' is an relentless crusader determined/obsessed with saving the universe by killing half its population. His followers, specifically [[HammyHerald Ebony Maw]] exalt him like he is the leader of a death-worshiping cult.
7th May '18 3:37:13 AM Muppet
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* Socrates the Wise from [[Fanfic/TheConversionBureau The Conversion Bureau: A Beacon of Hope]] [[StartMyOwn created an entire nation]] on DeliberateValuesDissonance.
7th May '18 3:33:13 AM Muppet
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* In [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12851155/1/Dark-Prince-Marco Dark Prince Marco]] the Mirrorverse Star is an EvilGenius who conquered and turned her timeline RepressiveButEfficient but other than [[TheJeeves Mirror Toffee]] [[TheDreaded has no friends.]]
3rd May '18 11:50:43 PM jormis29
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* The Jackal from ''VideoGame/FarCry 2''.

to:

* The Jackal from ''VideoGame/FarCry 2''.''VideoGame/FarCry2''.
27th Apr '18 12:44:43 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** Bishop Mozgus is a purely evil example of this -- a [[MoralSociopathy twisted destroyer of blasphemy]] who took in and nurtured deformed, sick, and dying orphans...to train as his indiscriminately torturing inquisitorial hitmen.

to:

** Bishop Mozgus is a purely evil example of this -- a [[MoralSociopathy twisted destroyer of blasphemy]] who took in and nurtured deformed, sick, and dying orphans...to train as his indiscriminately torturing inquisitorial hitmen.
24th Apr '18 2:23:12 PM TheNerevarine
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* Aric of Dacia, also known as ComicBook/XOManowar is a AntiHero example. He finds out he is the messianic figure of an evil alien race known as the Vine after bonding with their worshiped deity, the symbiotic armor Shanhara. However, due to having previously enduring enslavement and torment from the Vine, he vows revenge against them and is determined to destroy them. While initially regarding him as an sacrilegious abomination, the Vine come to the realize he is their chosen one after all and begin to revere him as such.


Added DiffLines:

* The Polish ''Mordimer Madderdin'' series by Jacek Piekara turns ''Jesus Christ'' into this trope. In an AlternateHistory timeline, Jesus became a warlord who slaughtered every Jew in Judea and brutally conquered the Roman Empire, becoming known as "The Butcher of Nazareth".
12th Apr '18 6:54:41 AM BeerBaron
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* In ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind'', deranged PhysicalGod [[BigBad Dagoth Ur]] sees himself as this. In the same way as the [[PlayerCharacter Nerevarine]], who is named the Hortator (a great uniter and war-leader to the Dunmer people) and who is prophesied to "destroy the false gods" of the [[DeityOfHumanOrigin Tribunal]], Dagoth Ur believes this to be his destiny. He seeks to destroy the Tribunal, drive the Empire from Morrowind, and use [[HumongousMecha Akulakhan]] powered by the [[CosmicKeystone Heart of Lorkhan]] to eventually [[EldritchAbomination imprint his own twisted mind]] [[RealityWarper on reality]] (the "Dreamer"). However, according to Vivec (one of the Tribunal deities) in his ''36 Lessons'' book series, Dagoth Ur is the "Sharmat", a "false dreamer". Like the Hortator, they both seek to unite and destroy but the Sharmat is seen as false, the terrorist to the theorist. So Sharmat is often equalized to [[SatanicArchetype "The Devil" or "The Dark One"]], a long lasting and specific enemy.
--> '''The 36 Lessons of Vivec, Sermon 11''': ''"There is no true symbolism of the center. The Sharmat will believe there is. He will feel that he can cause years of exuberance from sitting in the sacred, when really no one can leave that state and cause anything more but strife."''
16th Mar '18 2:36:18 PM 64SuperNintendo
Is there an issue? Send a Message


[[folder: Live Action TV ]]

to:

[[folder: Live Action TV ]]Live-Action TV]]
9th Mar '18 9:23:19 AM gb00393
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Daenerys and Drogo's unborn son, Rhaego, is prophesied to be the "Stallion Who Mounts The World," (in which 'Mounts' doesn't mean 'ride' but 'fuck') the ''khal'' of ''khals'' who will unite the Dothraki and lead them to dominion over the entire world. Whilst the Dothraki naturally see him as TheMessiah, as the Dothraki are seen by every other culture in Essos and Westeros as the most bloodthirsty, brutal, savage and barbaric people in the world -- and not without due reason! -- he more than fits this. This is lampshaded by Mirri Maz Duur, who subtly implies that her real reason for "helping" Khal Drogo was not to punish him for massacring her village, but to try and ScrewDestiny, ensuring Rhaego is stillborn and can never fulfill his destiny.

to:

* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
**
Daenerys and Drogo's unborn son, Rhaego, is prophesied to be the "Stallion Who Mounts The World," (in which 'Mounts' doesn't mean 'ride' but 'fuck') the ''khal'' of ''khals'' who will unite the Dothraki and lead them to dominion over the entire world. Whilst the Dothraki naturally see him as TheMessiah, as the Dothraki are seen by every other culture in Essos and Westeros as the most bloodthirsty, brutal, savage and barbaric people in the world -- and not without due reason! -- he more than fits this. This is lampshaded by Mirri Maz Duur, who subtly implies that her real reason for "helping" Khal Drogo was not to punish him for massacring her village, but to try and ScrewDestiny, ensuring Rhaego is stillborn and can never fulfill his destiny.
9th Mar '18 9:22:50 AM gb00393
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Daenerys and Drogo's unborn son, Rhaego, is prophesied to be the "Stallion Who Mounts The World," the ''khal'' of ''khals'' who will unite the Dothraki and lead them to dominion over the entire world. Whilst the Dothraki naturally see him as TheMessiah, as the Dothraki are seen by every other culture in Essos and Westeros as the most bloodthirsty, brutal, savage and barbaric people in the world -- and not without due reason! -- he more than fits this. This is lampshaded by Mirri Maz Duur, who subtly implies that her real reason for "helping" Khal Drogo was not to punish him for massacring her village, but to try and ScrewDestiny, ensuring Rhaego is stillborn and can never fulfill his destiny.

to:

* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Daenerys and Drogo's unborn son, Rhaego, is prophesied to be the "Stallion Who Mounts The World," (in which 'Mounts' doesn't mean 'ride' but 'fuck') the ''khal'' of ''khals'' who will unite the Dothraki and lead them to dominion over the entire world. Whilst the Dothraki naturally see him as TheMessiah, as the Dothraki are seen by every other culture in Essos and Westeros as the most bloodthirsty, brutal, savage and barbaric people in the world -- and not without due reason! -- he more than fits this. This is lampshaded by Mirri Maz Duur, who subtly implies that her real reason for "helping" Khal Drogo was not to punish him for massacring her village, but to try and ScrewDestiny, ensuring Rhaego is stillborn and can never fulfill his destiny.
This list shows the last 10 events of 557. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Main.DarkMessiah